Limari Hotel Ovalle

Camino a Sotaqui Km 5, Ovalle, Coquimbo Region, 1840000 , Chile | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Camino a Sotaqui Km 5, Ovalle, is near Rio Grande River.
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    Travel Blogs from Ovalle

    Travels in our neck of the woods

    A travel blog entry by empritchard on Oct 02, 2011

    1 comment, 21 photos

    Over the last few weeks we've traveled a bit in our region. Em and I both thought it would be neat to really get to know our region, so we are trying to see a lot of the attractions around Ovalle.

    Francisco, the English teacher at St Maria Eufrasia that we spend the most time with, invited us to an asado (barbecue) in the country to celebrate the holiday weekend on Sept 19.

    I'm not entirely sure why, but many Chileans head into the country each year ...

    ExPatriots Celebrating the 4th!

    A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jul 06, 2011

    36 photos

    ... the entire Western horizon. It was awesome! I've seen the Andes! The hill looked like something out of Frontierland in Disney world. (I've never been to the actual American Southwest, so this is the best comparison I have.) There were huge cacti all over red and tan rocks that fell off into a canyon with a river running through it.

    The next day (the actual 4th of July) we made Chocolate Chip cookies with M & ...

    Not My Story, but SO Worth Telling

    A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jun 19, 2011

    ... fixes breakfast naked which seems like an insignificant problem compared to the previously stated problem.

    So, the deal is that her host parents had a son who passed away. Instead of putting Amanda in one of the other spare bedrooms, (one of which is inexplicably always locked) they put her in their dead son's bedroom with all of his things still there. His clothes are in all of the dressers, and his pictures are everywhere. She ...


    A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jun 14, 2011

    ... t said anything about them since then.

    Ummm...My head English teacher can't speak English very well. She doesn't know how to say "What does this mean?" or "This means...." in English which strike me as very important phrases for an English teacher to know. Pronunciation is another problem all together. She said, "We have cookies," the other day, but she actually said, "We have coo kiss," which ...

    Rain Day

    A travel blog entry by empritchard on Jun 07, 2011

    ... To a non-English speaking student, this has got to be completely confusing. I donīt know that I would be able to pay attention either. I try to correct her, but sometimes she doesnīt understand my corrections. I never want to correct her in class because I donīt want to undermine her authority (not that she has any). (The students are in charge here.) So, I try my best with the students I have in my small class, correcting mistakes without undermining ...